Science Day: 18 August in Thailand decided to celebrate Science Day. The country's name comes from the word "Thai", translated it means "freedom." And it is no coincidence, because Thailand is a state located in East Asia, which managed to avoid the colonial slavery. This is likely one of the reasons a serious attitude towards its unity, which is expressed in culture and science.
This country has always been a priority and premium-educated and well-read people. For example, in the twentieth century, a representative of the Thai education is the Prince Damrong Rajanubhab. He was the founder of the education program in Thailand. He was also a respected scientist in the field of history and influential and intelligent man.
For the Thai people, the veneration of science and education is the rule to which they are unwillingly willing to follow. At the moment, Princess Chulabhorn, is known not only as one of the family of a monarchical dynasty, but also as a qualified scientist. She devoted several years of her life to studying the causes and oncological diseases. Chulabhorn also holds a doctorate in organic chemistry, and is a representative of the Foundation for the Protection and Protection of Nature. In Thailand, a scientist, is a fairly respectable and respectable person, so the common people respects science.